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Poster: Visual16 Date: Jan 17, 2005 7:32pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: sound quality

I've thought about similar ideas, as well. I have learned to merge the films that are in two or more parts(many of them) into a continous file making them easier to watch. Sometimes missing files have been reposted in "open source" movies, but that created some confusion. Someone took some real time and created a music-sound effects track to a great silent called The Tip-Tops in Peppyland and I think it is still online.
For most better software editors, you can extract the audio MP2 and then remix audio and video streams after editing. I would love to see Hemp for Victory fixed, but its lots of work resampling and guessing until everything syncs. I think that one is in feature films section.

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Poster: ccandreva Date: Jan 24, 2005 5:01am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: sound quality

That would be me. It's in the Open Source movie section as "Tip Tops in Peppyland (with sound)"

It was a lot of fun to do.